Summer is the perfect time for you and your family to hit the road with your RV’s. Wondering where you should go? Here’s a list of some best RV camps to spend your summer and create memories that will last you a lifetime.
1. Florida Caverns State Park – North Central Florida
Sometimes ditch the coastline of this summer-state and surprise yourself with what Caverns State Park has to offer. The state has way too much to offer than palm trees, the chilled beer and pristine beaches. You will be awestruck when the park has much more to offer than swimming, boating, canoeing and fishing.
2. Tillicum Beach Campground – Coastal Oregon
Portland always has more to offer than what you expect out of it! And there’s nothing like hiking the Columbia River Gorge. But now is the time when you must hit the road to Oregon’s rock-studded coast. The Tillicum Beach has got your camping goals right. Imagine the splendid experience of camping on water. You just cannot miss the Devil’s Churn or Thor’s Well – the coastal formations in Cape Perpetu. Serve your eyes right by getting here early summer for some whale spotting.
3. Acadia National Park – Bar Harbor, Maine
The nation’s beloved National Park and every hiker’s paradise is the home to the tallest mountain on the Atlantic Coast, Cadillac Mountain. Witness the breathtaking scenery marked by rocky beaches, woodland and the glacier-scoured granite. And when you get back, you’ll miss spotting moose, bear, whales and seabirds.
4. Twelvemile Beach Campground – Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan
Raised along the southern cusp of Lake Superior in Michigan’s scenic Upper Peninsula, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore leaves you jaw-locked nowhere in the midwest. Decorated with incomparable sandstone formations and remains of shipwrecks, you can pull out your fishing equipments, camp, hike, and swim along this forty-mile stretch of freshwater beach. Michigan’s cold winters will show you a different color in summer.
5. Fall Creek Falls State Park, Tennessee
Nurtured in eastern-central Tennessee, the park’s namesake waterfall is the highest east of the Mississippi River- but the only one of the seven waterfalls the park has to offer.
Get your shoes, bikes, fishing apparatus for on point experience. The park has more to offer with a golf course and an Olympic-sized swimming pool. Also look out for the upcoming summer events the park has to offer.